Palo Alto Certified Network Security Engineer PCSNE
Many Enterprises & Services provider are replacing their existing Check Point, ASA and Juniper firewalls with Palo Alto Networks next generation firewalls. This has created a huge demand in the Network Security field. But the numbers of Palo Alto experts/engineers are at a all time low. We have developed this course for any network engineers who are looking to enhance/add Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation firewall skill in a short period of time.
You will be learning how to use basic and advance Palo Alto UTM features via interactive/hands-on labs with real-world experience trainers. Delegates will also be exploring firewall policies, Network Address Translation, Virus detection, web filtering, application control, user authentication, and much more. These administrative fundamentals will provide you with a solid understanding of how to integrate network security in a Palo Alto Firewall environment.
We understand that Designing & Configuring Palo alto firewall with its next Generation Features does not merely require the ability to type a dozen or so commands in the appropriate mode. What it actually takes is having an in-depth understanding of behavior and philosophy of the technology. This course has been specifically designed with loads of Hands On configuration drills on Palo Alto devices. We have also packed within appropriate theoretical lectures, industry examples and Case studies in between.
Who Should Attend?
- Security Engineers
- Network Engineers
- Support staff and
- Those responsible for the day-to-day management of Fortinet appliance
What are the Prerequisites:
It is required that participants of this course must posses a basic understanding of core networking concepts such as data communication, TCP/IP, switching, routing & IP addressing.
An ideal candidate should also be familiar with security concepts in particular basic TCP/IP, SSL/TLS and HTTPS. Any other experience with Intrusion Prevention Systems and other security technologies would be an added advantage
Job Demand Trends for Palo Alto Engineer
The chart below depicts average for salaries quoted in permanent IT jobs for Palo Alto Engineer in the UK. Their average salary is £50,000 (source: itjobswatch.co.uk).
Palo Alto Next Generation Firewall has been named Leader for the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise network Firewall. Its the 5th consecutive year.
Students attending this class will gain an in-depth knowledge of how to install, configure, and manage Palo Alto firewalls. Delegates will also learn about configuration steps for the networking, securing and setting up threat prevention. As part of the troubleshooting & remediation from the operating systems, special attention is also given to setting up logging, and reporting on Palo Alto Networks’ firewalls.
- Instructor-led – Online
Our Next Generation Palo Alto Firewall LAB
- Physical labs only, No, VM or simulation
- All next Generation Firewall featured License/Subscription.
- One Student one LAB / Topology
- 1 Week Free of Charge Access after the Training.
Why Tor Networks UK ?
For many training providers their entire focus is getting students ready for the certifications exams. There is no doubt about the value of certifications in the job market and for career development. All of our trainers have achieved multiple certifications, but its your hands on skills that will help you not only retain your job, but also progress up in it.
Remember real life situations can be a lot more challenging and demanding. There is no room for error, so get skills for life with our real world trainers who have years of actual on the job experience.
Tor Networks UK is your partner in preparing you for the job you want, and the development you deserve. Whether its core networking concepts or vendor specific training, come and join us and experience the confidence boost our students feel after completing courses with us.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 20 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 274
- Certificate No
- Assessments Self